Frank Darabont explains how this new project was introduced thru a phone call from Stephen King as "another prison tale" if he was interested to make it, the answer was not, King expose his...
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Frank Darabont explains how this new project was introduced thru a phone call from Stephen King as "another prison tale" if he was interested to make it, the answer was not, King expose his concept idea in few words, however Frank asking to Stephen send the script to him firstly, when the first tale was finished and sent to Darabont, after reading such odd story, asking for more, so King replied "You must wait as anybody else", receiving later all other tales Frank wrote a screenplay on 8 weeks, so come up "the Green Mile"Written by
Benedito Dias Rodrigues
The 26 minute extended version appeared first on the 2006 Two-Disc Special Edition DVD, and then on all future Blu-ray releases. See more »
Sam Rockwell appears as Wild Bill after the end credits in the 26 minute extended version. See more »
Released in 2000 at 11 minutes, then again in 2006 for the Two-Disc Special Edition release at 26 minutes. In 2014 a 96 minute version was released on Blu-ray and is obviously a completely different feature altogether. See more »
The Walking in the Mile is too short around 25 minutes running, where Frank Darabont explains how this new project was offered to him through a phone call from Stephen King suggesting to him another "Prison Tale" if he maybe was interested to make something as "the Shawshank Redemption" the answer was a "big no" the wise King exposes in few words that it will have another concept, quite opposite on previous one, Darabont stayed interested at time, but imposes a condition, he will be the very first one to receive the first tale, he did and stayed thrilled and asking more, now Stephen King replied "you has to wait as anybody else", after receiving from Darabont the green light that he will make the picture, he adapted the five tales on screenplay in exactly eight weeks, they got Tom Hanks and start to find out a perfect John Coffey, which was told in another short documentary available on bonus DVD-Bluray.
First watch: 2019 / How many: 1 / Source: Blu-Ray / Rating: 7.5
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